Lindsey Funeral Homes

473 South Main Street, Harrisonburg, VA


Lynn Naomi (Gavin) McGranahan

November 21, 1976July 2, 2019

Lynn Naomi (Gavin) McGranahan was born on November 21, 1976 and passed away on July 2, 2019 in Harrisonburg, Virginia.


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Stacey Burzumato

July 16, 2019

My heart is broken. Lynn was one of my very favorite people. We spent many happy hours sewing costumes for musicals and uniforms for band. I will carefully cherish my very fond memories of her willing spirit, her down-to-earth friendliness, and her quick smile. She will be fiercely missed. She loved to talk about her daughters, and was very proud of them both. I will be praying for her family.

Brandee Boggs

July 11, 2019

I am so sorry to hear of Lynn’s passing. I met her at HHS 5 years ago. We were band moms together. She was the absolute sweetest lady you could ever meet. She was always smiling and cheerful no matter what. She will be missed

Cynthia Marafino

July 11, 2019

I am very sorry to hear about Lynn. I worked with Lynn breifly at Elon Rhodes. She was dedicated to the children and worked so well with them.

My thoughts are with all of Lynn's family during this time.

Julie Harvey

July 5, 2019

I only knew Lynn for a few months but her spirit and smile were so bright and brilliant. Lynn had an amazing inner strength that I was awed by. She had so much love for people in her life. The time I saw her last, her husband was walking away to get the car, Lynn said "19 years is not enough time with that man". She was so earnest and open, I will never forget her.

Michele Cavoto

July 4, 2019

I am so sorry for the loss of this beautiful life-filled woman - she is gone far too soon! I first met Lynn at Harrisonburg High School. Our daughters were involved in either band or drama together (maybe both). I would see her at meetings and performances and she was always quick with a smile, quick to make eye contact and connect, always willing to contribute. She had a say-it-like-it-is sass that I appreciated. I remember her as a loving mother and wife , as someone who chose to participate and contribute rather than live her life on the sidelines. She was an wonderful woman and I and my family mourn your loss. Blessings to you all.
Michele Cavoto (Francis & Rachel, too)